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Body recovered, identified

On June 21, 2016, at approximately 7:43 p.m. the Missouri State Highway Patrol responded to a body of water just south of St Joseph, Missouri, and recovered the body of a Hispanic male. The Missouri State Highway Patrol has positively identified the deceased as Ezequiel Contreras-Vasques, 48, from St Joseph, Missouri. The Patrol’s Division of Drug and Crime Control continues to investigate. Autopsy results are pending.

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MU dean’s list

The University of Missouri spring semester 2016 dean’s list includes three students from Daviess County. Gallatin: Brooke Cassidy Edwards, Junior, Nursing; and Derrick Charles Lin, Senior, Journalism; Jamesport: Megan Elizabeth Ellis, Junior, Engineering.

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Missouri S&T announces honor list

Missouri University of Science and Technology announces the names of students who made the honor list for the Spring 2016 semester. Gallatin:  Elisabeth Anne Warner, applied mathematics, sophomore; and Jamesport: Charles Bennett, electrical engineering, senior.

To be included on the honor list, students must have carried a minimum of 12 hours and had grade point averages of 3.2 or above out of a possible 4.0.

Founded in 1870 as the

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Daviess wins camp attendance for 4-H

4-H Youth Camp was held at Crowder Park June 6-9 and 13-16, according to Becky Simpson, 4-H Youth Development Specialist for Daviess, Gentry and Harrison County.

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Pictured, left to right, front row, Leah Critten, Kaylen Sterneker, Alex Endicott; back row, Hannah Critten, Johnna Tadlock, Libby Endicott.

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Pictured are, left to right, front row, Bo Eads, Callie Skinner, Emma Christopher; back row, Lucy Turner, Hailey Eads, Mason Heckenbach.

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Blast from the past

June 28, 2006

Darcy Kumm, formerly of Winston, completed and graduated her tech school training in Biloxi, Miss., Kessler Air Force Base on June 13. Darcy is the daughter of Vicki and Tom Parle of Cameron and Ronald Kumm of Sedalia.

The combination Pattonsburg/Winston 12-under Girls Fast Pitch Softball Team went undefeated to claim the championship of the Harrison County tournament. Team members are Emily Dilley, Katie Parton, Caitlin Carder,

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Commission approves hog-hunting ban on MDC lands

Hunting feral hogs will be prohibited on Conservation Department lands effective Sept. 30.

At its meeting on June 24, the Missouri Conservation Commission approved changes to the Wildlife Code of Missouri that would prohibit the hunting of feral hogs on conservation areas and other lands owned, leased, or managed by the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC). The new regulation prohibiting hog hunting on MDC areas does not apply to private

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Fun/Fitness at Daviess County Library

library little boy on firetruckChief Doug Hamilton, Kyle McBroom and Daniel Wilson of the Gallatin Fire Protection District brought the firetruck to the library for the Summer Reading Program’s Week 4 activities, in addition to Gallatin Police Chief Mark Richards, Detective Vaughn and Officer Allen who presented the second of a series of three, bicycle safety class at the Daviess County Library on June 23.

Over 160 children attended including a large group from

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Advocating for Pollinators: CAFNR Agricultural Research Centers Focused on Aiding Pollinators

mu Pollinator Habitat 1 The University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Agricultural Research Centers continue to be advocates for monarch butterflies and other pollinators.

Thirteen Research Centers planted monarch waystations, beginning in late January. The waystations include milkweed and other nectar sources that benefit all pollinators.

“By establishing a diverse habitat we’re helping the monarch population – and we’re also making an impact on other pollinators,” said Dusty Walter, Agricultural

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Lessons Learned During Our 1st T-Ball Season

  1. Asking to hug your bat while you run around the bases because you “love it” seems like a legit request
  2. Sharing bats, helmets, and even water bottles is accepted practice
  3. People become coaches because of their love for the game, their love for their child, and/or because their spouse filled out the form without them
  4. Coaches are more worried, and justifiably so, about snack sign-up than the score
  5. Girls and
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